It all about textbook A. Content of the text (what the text is about?) 1. What is the basic idea of the text? (0%) 2 What are the key concepts (terms of the text? Find out at two key terms (10%) 3 Evidence: For each concept (term), provide a quote in which the concept has been used (5% B. Context of the text (what were the circumstances of the writing of the text Author Who wrote text? 5. Time: When was the text written? (5%) 6, Place: Where was the text written? (5%) 7. Why do you think this idea and these concepts were so important for Nietzsche? What were Nietzsche’s hidden motivations? Consider the political, social, economic, and cultural circumstances of e live and when and how did these facts impact his thinking? Provide evidence (50% 8. Audience To whom this text has been written? What was the social class of the audience? This is often hidden You have to figure it out from the circumstances of the time and place. Provide evidence. (0%) Citation. You are expected to provide citations for quotes and paraphrases from the primary source (in this case Nietzsche). You are also expected to provide citations but no direct quotes for all the contextual information from your secondary source, Lynn Hunt’s textbook The format of the citation can be a footno The format can also format (Hunt, 45)
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